Medical Quiz

Proteins Quiz


Preview:


Enzymes slow down the rate of a chemical reaction

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Enzymes are made of

A. Cellulose

B. Fats

C. Protein

D. Oil


What type of proteins speed up chemical reactions?

A. Receptors

B. Enzymes

C. Hormones

D. Antibodies


Proteins have different functions. Which of the following statements identifies a protein and its function?

A. Enzymes carry chemical messages around the body

B. Hormones carry oxygen around the body

C. Antibodies defend the body against disease

D. Cellulose provides strength and structure to a plant cell wall


What site does the substrate bind to on the enzyme

A. Inactive site

B. Active site


What is a degradation reaction?

A. Breakdown reaction

B. Build up reaction

C. Reaction rate stays the same

D. Reaction rate slows down


What type of protein provides shape and support?

A. Enzyme

B. Structural

C. Antibody

D. Receptor


Which of the following are all types of proteins?

A. Hormones, enzymes and antibodies

B. Hormones, nitrates and receptors

C. Antibodies, plasmids and enzymes

D. Receptors. antibodies and nitrates


Hormones are composed of

A. Glucose

B. Starch

C. Glycerol

D. Protein


What is a synthesis reaction?

A. Break down reaction

B. Build up reaction

C. Reaction rate stays the same

D. Reaction rate slows down


What type of proteins recognise specific substances and allows them into cells?

A. Enzymes

B. Structural

C. Antibodies

D. Receptors


What type of reaction is this image showing?

A. Degradation

B. Synthesis


Enzymes are made by

A. Chemical Reactions

B. Only plant cells

C. Only animal cells

D. All living cells


What type of proteins are made by white blood cells and protect against infections?

A. Structural

B. Receptors

C. Hormones

D. Antibodies


What type of proteins are chemical messengers?

A. Receptors

B. Enzymes

C. Hormones

D. Antibodies




Disclaimer:

Medical Quiz should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational and educational purposes only.